Taking a Stand for Wetlands
Bill Barrow helps opens the door to new wetland restoration opportunities in Nova Scotia.
When common eider populations plummeted, volunteers worked together to save the iconic bird species
Why did the black duck cross the road?
At the end of her nestcam broadcast, Lucy the black duck made sure to get her new brood to the restored wetland on the other side.
Lucy’s live nest cam
Watch Lucy, Charlottetown’s favourite black duck, live as she cares for her nest and prepares for her brood.
Taking a chance on technology in the classroom
Students at Fredericton High School take collecting water samples to new heights
Wetlands: a valuable farmhand
Wetlands deliver ecological and financial dividends to dairy farmers in P.E.I.
Breaching a dike; saving a salt marsh
Protecting coastal communities from climate change, one wetland at a time
Parks and education
Teaming up to transform the Shubenacadie Wildlife Park into a premier destination for outdoor learning
Volunteers on campus at Acadia University
Acadia student Stephanie White inspires other students to get outside and into wetlands
Invasive species on the loose in Newfoundland
DUC staff and volunteers work to stop purple loosestrife from invading Corner Brook Marsh.
From bathtubs to wetlands
Moncton heads in the “right direction” as it adopts guidelines that embrace natural infrastructure
Home-builders for ducks
Father-son volunteer duo build more than 600 nest box kits this year alone
A homecoming for fish
After 200 years, conservation projects help native fish species make their way back into PEI waters
DUC projects and research are giving native fish species a fin-up
The common eider population is dropping in Maritime Canada and New England. Canadian and American biologists are working together to find out why.
When Jonathan Platts was about 15 years old, his friends started taking him waterfowling at Wolfe Inlet, a large salt marsh near Glenwood, P.E.I. There, he found whole new world.
New life for an old marsh
For almost 10 years, Lakeside Marsh in Fredericton, N.B. lay dormant under 12-feet of infill. Now the wetland is starting to thrive after being restored by DUC.
Building better fish ladders
How we're using research to build better ladders and nature-like fishways in the Maritimes.
Species-at-risk thrive in restored wetland
High concentrations of rare plant species found around New Brunswick project site.
High-tech mapping in Newfoundland and Labrador
How developing GIS tools is helping conservation.
Scaling Moncton’s snow mountain
A newly constructed wetland will clean the water running off from Moncton's snow dump.